Stanger_LV wrote:I have no alternatives for WAZE in my area. So I concluded that practical solution for me in "WAZE black day" will be use one of the Android oldies (which plenty around for few euros). Possibly I may get it even for free from my friends who changing regularly their Samsungs and LGs, thus having some oldies in storage box. Requirements for such 2-3 years old device not high, because it shall run only WAZE and nothing else. And it will remain all the time in the car, just like people do with Tom-Tom or other navi devices. The only thing I'll need to buy extra SIM card for the data connection, but in fact I'm paying already for the traffic on my current SIM card. So it will not be a new expense.
Any ideas or other solutions?
I was just thinking about the same solution.
But you do not need an extra SIM. Just use your Windows Phone as a WiFi hotspot in your car.